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Former IAS officer lobbies for appointment with BJP brass
11/30/2020 11:24:04 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 30: A former IAS officer- turned-politician, who had resigned from the government services a few years ago, is trying hard to get appointment with the top brass of Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) in the national capital.
Sources said for the last few weeks, the former IAS officer, who after quitting the job had been playing the separatist card, has now been saying that he was repenting his decision of having become “anti-national.” As per the sources, he is interested in getting back to his lucrative government job.
Sources said the said man has been in touch with some retired officials close to the corridors of power in New Delhi only to seek appointment with the top brass in the BJP including some union Cabinet ministers.
Sources said even though a group of former officials have been pleading his case, “the BJP is unwilling to listen to any such pleas at the moment.”
Sources said the former IAS officer has been telling the retired officials that he was “ready to tender a public apology” for his “misbehavior with the nation” at the time of leaving the job.
Sources said he even flew to New Delhi to seek appointment with the top leaders of the BJP but that till now his dream appointment has not realized.
It was reliably learnt that the top leadership of the BJP has taken a serious note of his anti-national stand.
Sources said section of senior officials from the IAS and the IPS have also told the New Delhi that encouraging such “turncoats” should be avoided as it would set a “bad precedence.”
It is pertinent to mention that the IAS officer who at one time would swear by his nationalist sentiment had become a separatist during his trip abroad and would make provocative anti-national posts.
After returning from abroad, he resigned from government services and floated a new political party.
But in a twist in the story, he resigned from the presidentship of the same party while many of his close aides have already left the party.
Despite repeated attempts, the said man was not available for comments.
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